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Nihongo o hanashimasu ka? If you are looking for a fun way to learn Japanese in Fukuoka, then Asahi Nihongo is the right choice. We offer various Japanese language courses according to your level, interests and requirement. N3-N1 JLPT Prep

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12-week Japanese Language Course

Enjoy exciting activities like our SUP-Camp, White Water Rafting and Hanabi (fireworks). The 12-week Japanese Language Course is designed for students who want to take full advantage of their tourist visa. This course combines speaking-oriented lessons with cultural activities.

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Hakata-ben is spoken in the area of Fukuoka

Hakata-ben (博多弁) is a Japanese dialect spoken in the area of Fukuoka City on the southern island of Kyushu. The Hakata dialect developed in Hakata, an old port and merchant city on the east bank of the Naka-gawa. Towards the end of

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Nishinihon Ohori Firework Festival


Fukuoka has a very pretty Hanabi. You may be surprised, because There are so many people who come to see Hanabi. You can also enjoy looking at all those Yukata. The girls are all dressed so lovely. The firework will last for 1

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Impressions Asahi Beach Party 2017

Japanese and Internship Asahi Nihongo and SUiTO Fukuoka organized a beach party at Momochi Beach, near Fukuoka Tower on Saturday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed delicious self-made food and participated in amusing games like Suikawari (watermelon splitting) or Hayanomi-Taikai (lemonade drinking competition),

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Japanese Tea Ceremony in Tenjin

Today one of our students attended a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. The host and course leader welcomed the guest, explained a lot about the utensils and showed how to prepare the tea properly. Afterwards, our student also had to chance

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Japanese Language Course in March

Japanese Language Course in March

From March 27 to April 7, 2017
Period: Two weeks
Come and study Japanese while experiencing the best time of the year – spring and Hanami season!
Hanami, or “Cherry Blossom Viewing”, truly is a once in-a-lifetime experience.

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Ninki vs Ninki

Making "shuriken" with origami is popular for children to play with.

Which answer is correct?
Q 折り紙(おりがみ)を使った手裏剣(しゅりけん)作りは、日本の子どもに___の遊びです。
(1)人気 (ninki) (2)任期 (ninki)

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Purikura is popular among high school girls in Japan. In Purikura booths, you can take pictures of yourself and edit them the way you want. Since their market debut in 1995, purikura have been a major hit in Japan.

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Kimono and Macha


How does feel to wear a real kimono and go to a Shrine for wishing that your dreams come true? Today students from Taiwan doing the In country course had this cultural experience.

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Fukuoka Bicycle Tour

Biking in Fukuoka is fun!

There is nothing better than doing bicycle tour through Fukuoka on a summer day. The fresh air and beautiful view make you forget the everyday school life and make you feel refreshed for the next day.

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JLPT Prep. Course in October

JLPT Preparation Course from Oct 2016

This JLPT-Preparation Course is designed for students who are taking the JLPT N1, N2 or N3 exam on December 4 (Sun), 2016. and come from Western countries.

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Internship in Japan at an Austrian bakery


Stefan from Switzerland has visited Japan for the fourth now. After finishing his internship at a famous bakery in Fukuoka, he plans to live in Japan – particularly in Fukuoka. To achieve this goal, he considers two options.

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Japanese Food


Japanese cuisine has developed over the centuries and has undergone many social and economic changes – regional and traditional food alike. The traditional Japanese cuisine (washoku or 和食) is based on rice and Miso and emphasizes seasonal ingredients.

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Sumo has a very long history and is said to have existed for over 800 years. In the earliest days, Sumo was a Shinto ritual held during festivals. During the Meiji period, around 1884, Sumo became a symbol for Japanese national sports.

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